I’m incredibly pleased to announce that CTHULHU ARMAGEDDON is now available on audiobook for your listening pleasure. Better still, Jeffrey Kafer, who made the Supervillainy Saga and Esoterrorism so good will be lending his voice to one last series of mine. I think this is probably our best work and fans of post-apocalypse fiction, science fiction, horror, and the Cthulhu Mythos will all enjoy it.
“Under an alien sky where gods of eldritch matter rule, the only truth is revenge.”
CTHULHU ARMAGEDDON is the story of a world 100 years past the rise of the Old Ones which has been reduced to a giant monster-filled desert and pockets of human survivors (along with Deep Ones, ghouls, and other “talking” monsters).
John Henry Booth is a ranger of one of the largest remaining city-states when he’s exiled for his group’s massacre and suspicion he’s “tainted.” Escaping with a doctor who killed her husband, John travels across the Earth’s blasted alien ruins to seek the life of the man who killed his friends.
It’s the one thing he has left.
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Just finished the Cthulhu Armageddon audiobook and really enjoyed it.
Got a question for you: do we get the big reveal on who aired John and I just missed it? I’m gonna re-listen to the climax tomorrow but I only caught that it was a nameless mind-bending horror…
Also, I am sure I am not the only one who was aghast, but I can’t believe you killed Richard!!! He really should have been resurrected, he is/was a tremendously interesting character…
Any plans for a sequel?
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The being who sired John and what it is wasn’t revealed in Cthulhu Armageddon, just alluded to. We will find out more in THE TOWER OF ZHAAL. That is, in fact, the sequel and it is already written. It should be out in a couple of months. That book will deal with John coming to terms with his monsterdom and whether it can be stopped to give him his humanity back (if he ever had it).
Oh and save the world–or what’s left of it. For purely mercenary reason of course!
As for Richard, yeah, it was the hardest decision I had to make in the book but he was TOO awesome of a character. He made the narrative much much more fun than it should have been. 🙂
Aired should have been”sired”. Damn auto-text!!